Remote scout monitoring gives growers automated FAW ID for fast response

Alison Paterson
April 19 2024 - 4:00pm
Dr Alison McCarthy with a remote robot scout or unmanned aerial vehicle at the QDAF research station at Gatton Dr McCarthy is adjusting the infield machine vision system to detect presence of FAW parasitoids during a test in a glasshouse. Picture: Supplied
Dr Alison McCarthy with a remote robot scout or unmanned aerial vehicle at the QDAF research station at Gatton Dr McCarthy is adjusting the infield machine vision system to detect presence of FAW parasitoids during a test in a glasshouse. Picture: Supplied

Every morning a remote drone scout flies from its docking station to patrol the farm.

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Alison Paterson

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